"But also, when people Zol" - The Kiffness and Max Hurrell make viral video
Photo Cred: SA Government

People may still be furious about the cigarette ban but they cannot deny that Max Hurrell’s newest song is a massive hit! The Kiffness even made a music video for it.

 

Cape Town, South Africa (07 May 2020) – Max Hurrell has created a song that is brilliant and The Kiffness helped by making the unofficial music video.

The song uses Cabinet minister Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma’s speech in defence of the tobacco ban, saying “the way tobacco is shared does not allow for social distancing,” she went on to say “When people zol, they put saliva on the paper, and then they share that zol,”.

It is that sentence that has created an epic song! Max Hurrell is a 23-year-old music producer living in Cape Town. He has performed at the Ultra Music Festivals and is incredibly talented. Six days ago, he released his song “Zol”.

Now, David Scott, the mind behind The Kiffness, made an unofficial music video to go along with the song. The song has gone viral and South Africans are loving it.

“Hope this makes you laugh during lockdown!” – Max Hurrell

Max has already said that when the lockdown is over, he will do “When people Jol”. Take a listen to the new song below.


Sources: Facebook
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